Tonight on The Get Down Goblin Radio Show: New Shabazz Palaces, noise rap from Clipping., the entire Gang Wizard (Official) discography, This Is My Condition, this Indian ragas album my 9 month old is always banging his head to, Nigerian funk from William Onyeabor, local weirdo’s Heatwarmer,Hollow Earth Radio hero Victoria Galinsky, Jacob Smigel's found sound record 'Eavesdrop', Justin Clifford Rhody's found “sounds” disc, “Boiling a Frog” from Eric Ostrowski, tracks from the Queer Rock Camp 2011 comp, and other odds and ends.

Tonight on The Get Down Goblin Radio Show: New Shabazz Palaces, noise rap from Clipping., the entire Gang Wizard (Official) discography, This Is My Condition, this Indian ragas album my 9 month old is always banging his head to, Nigerian funk from William Onyeabor, local weirdo’s Heatwarmer,Hollow Earth Radio hero Victoria Galinsky, Jacob Smigel's found sound record 'Eavesdrop', Justin Clifford Rhody's found “sounds” disc, “Boiling a Frog” from Eric Ostrowski, tracks from the Queer Rock Camp 2011 comp, and other odds and ends.

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We will be interviewing Seattle musician Bill Rieflin today. You may know Bill from his work with REM, Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Slow Music, the Blackouts, etc. We’ll be chatting with Bill about his association with Robert Fripp (King Crimson) and The Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists, a group of 50-60 freely improvising guitarists who will be performing at Washington Hall on May 25. Tune in from 10-12 to hear this interview on the The Shit Show w Jaybo!

"Having helped define prog-rock in the 60s and 70s with his band King Crimson, Robert Fripp has gone on to create different forms of musical expression over the decades. Nearly 30 years ago he formed a course that became the basis of his current musical outlet, The Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists. This group of guitarists creates improvised music as one – thinking, feeling and moving as one unit operating on a seemingly higher level of consciousness.

The Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists are all alumni of Guitar Craft, guitar courses Fripp began in 1985 with the goal of developing relationships with guitar, music and oneself. At GC, students use new standard tuning (C, G, D, A, E, G) and developing a unique picking style. While the school welcomes students without experience, most have been playing guitar a couple years. The intensive classes also feature instruction on relaxed sitting for guitarists who play daily, among other practices. Over 3,000 students have taken the courses held on four continents.

After years of training and discipline, the best guitarists from GC can become part The Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists, a group whose purpose is the specialized “study in self-organizing properties of complex wholes,” states their website. “A group comes together in service of an aim. At a particular level, each member of the group is that group, and the group may act in and through that person.” - What’s Up Magazine, http://www.whatsup-magazine.com/2014/05/robert-fripp-the-orchestra-of-crafty-guitarists/

WE’RE EXPANDING!!!!

Big news for the The Get Down Goblin Radio Show - we’re getting a cohost. And it’s none other than DJ SHAM AKA That Crazy Sax Player Guy in Prawnyxx (see video). This dude has impeccable taste for atrocious music and is also sooooooo snobby about it he brings his own turntables! Tonight, DJ Sham promises this: “Joe McPhee when he was young and lethal! Terrible John Zorn saxophone! Dirty French Psychedelics! Tune in to learn why Greece will always be better than that filth hole known as Michigan! 8-9:30ish.”

Tonight on The Get Down Goblin Radio Show (6-8pm) I will be play select tracks from two labels that were gracious enough to send over an assortment of records. First up we’ve got EM Records in Osaka, Japan -  an independent record label who sent us a huge box of experimental, jazz, blues etc. records. Also, local label Dead Accents dropped by a bunch of experimental noise & stuff from Blsphm, Blue Sabbath Black Cheer, Great Falls…
As always, I will take your (Lana Del Rey) requests.

Tonight on The Get Down Goblin Radio Show (6-8pm) I will be play select tracks from two labels that were gracious enough to send over an assortment of records. First up we’ve got EM Records in Osaka, Japan -  an independent record label who sent us a huge box of experimental, jazz, blues etc. records. Also, local label Dead Accents dropped by a bunch of experimental noise & stuff from Blsphm, Blue Sabbath Black Cheer, Great Falls…

As always, I will take your (Lana Del Rey) requests.